Definition of Reorientation

1. Noun. A fresh orientation; a changed set of attitudes and beliefs.

Generic synonyms: Orientation
Derivative terms: Reorient



2. Noun. The act of changing the direction in which something is oriented.
Exact synonyms: Change Of Direction
Generic synonyms: Change
Specialized synonyms: Turn, Reversal, Reverse, Reversion, Turnabout, Turnaround, Change Of Course
Derivative terms: Reorient, Reorient

Definition of Reorientation

1. Noun. A new orientation ¹

2. Noun. The act of changing the direction of something ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Reorientation

1. orientation [n -S] - See also: orientation

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Reorientation

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reorientation (current term)
reorientations
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Literary usage of Reorientation

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1. The Grand Strategy of Evolution: The Social Philosophy of a Biologist by William Patten (1920)
"... Compulsion of Intelligence—The Expression of Nature's Self-Constructive Ways in Man's Self-Constructive Social Laws— Mental reorientation—The Militant ..."

2. The Rise of China And India: What's in It for Africa? by Andrea Goldstein (2006)
"Africa's Trade reorientation Towards the Asian Drivers While OECD countries remain by far the main destination for African exports, the share of OECD ..."

3. An End to Illusions by Alan Duncan (1993)
"The reorientation of Tax Incentives The reform in the March 1993 Budget of the Advance Corporation Tax regime, which reduced the attractions of high ..."

4. Transactions of the American Institute of Mining, Metallurgical and (1917)
"reorientation or Disintegration.—If we are right in conceiving that visible disintegration represents the breaking away from the initial orientation and ..."

5. The American Journal of Psychology by Granville Stanley Hall, Edward Bradford Titchener (1909)
"... charged seriatim to full capacity; and this is, likewise, bis explanation of rate of transmission. His "capacity effect" is my "reorientation. ..."

6. Bi-monthly Bulletin of the American Institute of Mining Engineers by American Institute of Mining Engineers (1916)
"Again, it is hard to reconcile the belief that most of the softening is due to reorientation with the fact that, after their 35 per cent, reduction, ..."

7. Transactions by American Institute of Mining Engineers, Metallurgical Society of AIME, Society of Mining Engineers of AIME. (1917)
"reorientation or Disintegration.—If we are right in conceiving that visible disintegration represents the breaking away from the initial orientation and ..."

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